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Our leavers hoodies are now available to buy. Read more here.


Y11 Francis has thanked Ms Povey and Ms Jones for helping him win a place at the National Youth Theatre


Students led the toast at the Combined Cadet Forces dinner. Abi Fisher, Rebecca Rowley, Kira Marks and Jessica and Hannah Rowe attended.


Our science club have won a nationwide competition. Read more here


Read about year 7 football final


Year 11 parents, time to stock up on Rosemary


Year 7 Morgan models our new football kit donated by the wonderful Friends of Hampton High. There kits for different sports/ year groups.


Read about our Year 10 trip to Paris


Our Y7 boys football team had training sessions with last week


A big well done to our Y7 boys football team who narrowly missed out on the Richmond Schools Cup - losing in the final.


manager Alan Dowson gives our Y7s boys football team some top tips ahead of their final against Grey Court


Our Y10s making new friends in


Wishing our brilliant Y11 students all the best in their exams.


Our Y10s “dabbing” in Disney Land Paris


Our monthly newsletter is available to view on the school website. Click the link for more


Our year 10 Oxbridge event


Read about our trip to


Our talented year 8 dancer spent the day Read more

Welcome from the Headteacher

Hampton  005It is with great pleasure I welcome you to Hampton High. We are an ambitious school that ensures every student aspires to achieve their full potential and develop the resilience and confidence to be successful in life.

Our success lies in our close and caring community and in the excellent relationships between staff and students. Inspiring teaching is at the heart of our school and our committed team of highly qualified teachers ensure students are challenged daily in their lessons, enjoy learning and strive to achieve their best.

Our extra-curricular opportunities further develop our boys and girls into well-rounded individuals confident and excited about their future.

Collaboration is a key value. Partnership with parents and carers is central to our ethos and we encourage as full an involvement as possible in school life. We are also delighted to be partnered with a new family of local schools Teddington School, Twickenham Academy and Waldegrave School. Together our schools are stronger. Our commitment to collaboration extends to our close relationship with our feeder primary school and by building relationships with our local Year 6 pupils we can help make the transition into secondary life as smooth as possible.

Our vibrant sixth-form is housed separately in a fully refurbished block with access to an extensive library. Here students play a full and active role in school life, including working with younger students as mentors, teaching and learning leaders and role models.

We are proud to be a school that serves the community and reflects the diversity it brings.

We hope you too will be inspired and we warmly encourage you to visit during the school’s working hours and meet our wonderful students and their teachers.

I look forward to meeting you then.

Mair Hughes